American-Inspired Takeaways For Thanksgiving
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American-Inspired Takeaways For Thanksgiving

Pumpkin pies, burgers & fries: US-style feasts direct to your door

Looking for ways to celebrate Thanksgiving without spending hours in the kitchen? You’re in luck: London’s restaurant delivery offering is better than ever before, with plenty of US-inspired fare to feast on. Whether you’re after a traditional turkey roast and pumpkin pie or a hearty burger and fries, we’ve got you covered with our pick of the best American takeaways in London.

American Restaurants in London

Best American Takeaways in London

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Thanksgiving at Brown's Hotel

Brown’s Hotel

Tables for a Thanksgiving meal at Brown’s Hotel in Mayfair tend to get booked up pretty quickly, but this year you can enjoy the hotel’s legendary feast in your own kitchen. The team at Charlie’s restaurant – led by Adam Byatt – will be cooking up a traditional three-course feast of New England style clam chowder, roast turkey and a pecan pie, all gold standard. Wine pairing options are also available. £80 for two people, £145 for four people. Book by phoning +44 (0)20 7518 4004 or emailing [email protected].

M Restaurants

M Restaurants

International grill, bar and wine tasting room was born on Thanksgiving, meaning the holiday has always been one of its most celebrated. Usually decadent parties take place across the restaurants, but this year’s festivities come in the form of a four-course festive feast. Begin with buttermilk fried chicken and cornbread before tucking into the main: turkey en croute with all the trimmings. Save some space for the cheese course, and round things off on a sweet note with a pumpkin and candied yam pie. There’s also an option to add two bottles of Californian wines into the mix. 4-course menu for 2 for £150, £200 with wines.

Darby's Thanksgiving Menu


Robin Gill’s Manhattan-inspired restaurant celebrates Thanksgiving with a four-course takeaway feast of deep-fried truffle mac & cheese, lobster cocktail, mayonnaise roasted bronze turkey and an apple pie to finish. £60 for two people,

Dirty Bones

Dirty Bones

A good compromise between ordering a full-blown  American takeaway and cooking your own is Dirty Bones’ DIY kits. The boxes contain everything you need to build burgers for two to four people, from the classic to the vegan to the extra indulgent ‘Mac Daddy’: beef patties layered in cheesy macaroni. Alternatively, let the experts do the hard work for you and order pre-made nosh: the delivery menu includes burgers, deep-fried mac balls and crispy chicken with garlic ranch dipping sauce. dirty-bones.myshopifycom

Riding House Cafe

Riding House Café

Thanksgiving has always been an institution at Riding House Café, so its themed feast boxes are sure to impress. Each box contains everything you need for a American-inspired banquet for two. Dine on either Norfolk bronze turkey with cornbread stuffing and maple-buttered sweet potatoes or a truffled portobello wellington, followed by both pumpkin and pecan pies. Everything is pre-made but will need to be cooked. Festive decorations, a bottle of Kentucky Bucket Punch and a special American playlist are also included. £85,

Burger & Lobster

Burger & Lobster

Hand-minced burgers and lobsters shipped over from Nova Scotia take centre stage at Burger & Lobster, which has branches across the city. The American-inspired chain also sells DIY kits for some of its most-loved dishes, such as lobster rolls and Nebrasken Beef Burgers. Order on Deliveroo.

108 Brasserie

108 Brasserie

Chef Russell Ford has created a takeaway Thanksgiving supper for Marylebone locals to enjoy in their homes, available to pick up from the restaurant on the day. To start is a New England clam chowder with homemade corn bread, followed by Roast Caldecott farm bronze turkey with maple buttered sweet potatoes and creamed corn. Dessert is a pumpkin pie, finished with chocolate pastry and spiced cinnamon cream. The takeaway drinks offering, meanwhile, includes wine and bottled cocktails such as the Old Fashioned: Bulliet bourbon, Guinness reduction, cocoa bitters and malt syrup. From £35pp, order before midday on 25 November to pick up between 5 – 8pm on 26 November.

Christopher's Thanksgiving


London’s first American restaurant, Christopher’s in Covent Garden excels at Thanksgiving food, balancing an understanding of tradition with contemporary touches. Its delivery offering this year includes slow-cooked ballotine of turkey with cornbread and chestnut cherry stuffing, plus a choice of indulgent desserts: pecan pie cheesecake, or the classic pumpkin pie. Available for pre-order now to be collected or delivered from 23 – 27 November.

Sam's Riverside

Sam’s Riverside

Sam’s Riverside in Hammersmith is also offering delivery of a three-course Thanksgiving dinner featuring all the classics: think New England clam chowder, roast turkey with all the trimmings or honey roast ham as a main, and baked pumpkin cheesecake for dessert. £35pp plus delivery, order by phone on 020 7237 1020 or online at

Guac burger at by Chloe


Last year NYC’s best-loved vegan restaurant arrived in London, finally quelling vegan Londoners’ envious Instagram scrolls of the infamous burgers and salads at by CHLOE. There are now four branches across the city, meaning lots of London locations are within the delivery bracket. For the full American takeaway experience, go for the guac burger with sweet potato fries and mac ‘n’ cheese on side – vegan indulgence at its best. eatbychloe.slerp.order

SOLA Thanksgiving Menu


Soho meets LA at Dean Street’s SOLA, the brainchild of restaurateur Victor Garvey. Its Thanksgiving offering is suitably luxurious: native lobster salad with truffle, roulade of turkey with toasted brioche and thyme stuffing, and a choice of two desserts: chocolate croustillant or mimi pumpkin pie. £140 for two people.